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Nurse Aide I

The Nurse Aide I course prepares students to provide personal care and perform basic nursing skills for the elderly and other adults.

Educational Pathway:
Nurse Aide I > Nurse Aide II > RN-ADN > RN-BSN > AAS, Physical Therapy Assistant at CCC&TI > MSN

  1.  Course Content  
  2.  Earnings  
  3.  Costs  
  4.  Admission Requirements  
  5.  FAQ's  
Course Content

Emphasis is placed upon the aging process.  Topics covered include:
  • safety    
  • restorative care
  • personal and functional diseases/disorders
  • communication
  • patient’s rights
  • nutrition management and elimination
  • CPR (Basic Life Support through the American Heart Association).
During clinical, the student gains experience by performing previously learned skills on residents in a skilled nursing facility.  The student, who successfully completes all course requirements, receives a certificate of course completion and becomes eligible to sit for the state competency examination and therefore become listed on the North Carolina Nurse Aide Registry with the Division of Health Service Regulation.
Estimated Hourly Earnings

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics website (www.bls.gov), current state hourly wage range is $10.64 - $10.88.

Employment Opportunities:

  • Nursing Homes                                                                        
  • Assisted Living Centers
  • Retirement homes
  • Doctor’s offices
  • Hospitals
  • Home Care Agencies
  • Hospice


  • Department of Labor Standard Occupational Code (SOC): 31-1014
Costs

Career Pathways registration fee
Fee may be waived based upon employment status
$126.00
NA I registration fee $183.50
Immunization Tracker $35.00
Malpractice insurance $13.00
CPR card $3.00
Textbooks* $60.00
Supplies $53.00
Scrubs, shoes, watch
$ Varies
*May be purchased in College Bookstore.

Financial Aid:

To inquire about assistance for Continuing Education students, please call 828.726.2242 or 828.297.8120
Admission Requirements
  • Introduction to Health Services
  • Career Pathways
  • Reading placement test
  • 16-18 years of age - completion of a minor permission form

Additional Requirements:

  • Social Security card – name must match government issued photo ID
  • Government issued photo ID – name must match Social Security card
  • Malpractice insurance
  • Proof of childhood immunizations:
    • DPT (3-5 doses)
    • Td (tetanus) / Tdap (1 every 10 years)
    • Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) (2 doses/ positive blood titer)
    • Influenza (flu) (1 dose annually)
    • Varicella (chicken pox) (2 doses or blood titer=/>1.09)
    • Tuberculin /TB skin test (TST) (current result w/negative reading of </= 15 mm induration / proof of negative CXR within 6 months)
    • Hepatitis B series (3 doses) / Declination (signed)
Competitive Admissions:
Students, who successfully complete Nurse Aide I training at CCC&TI and become listed on the North Carolina Nurse Aide Registry, receive three (3) points toward competitive admission into the Physical Therapy Assistant program at CCC&TI.
FAQ's
Is NAI training required to enter Nursing or other health programs of study at CCC&TI?

Yes, General Admission Requirements for the ADN program requires proof of state approved training program and current NAI listing.
How do I become listed as a Nurse Aide I in North Carolina?

The student must submit an application to Nurse Aide Competency and Evaluation Service (NACES) to be scheduled for the state-administered written and skills competency evaluation (NNAAP exam). Students who pass will then be listed on the North Carolina Nurse Aide I Registry.
What is the cost of the NNAAP examination?  

$101 for electronic application submission
Where do I go to test?

To a local regional test site in North Carolina.  CCC&TI is not a regional testing site.

 

What websites can I go to for additional information?
What is the phone number  to verify registry listings?

919-715-0562